16 May 2007

Vintage action...




Tried a new vintage action I picked up from http://www.vindaugagallery.com/?p=209 , I just love it and the fact that you can play with it once it's done. The more I am learning about PS the more I am disliking actions that you have no control over, having said that the bee has not been adjusted after running the action, the photo of my friends daughter Taylah was adjusted a fair bit, I didn't want it quite so heavy a result. I love it when people are kind enough to share their creations with others. Thanks for the tip off Kaz.

2 comments:

lisa said...

Once again I am having a lot of trouble getting your photos to show up in their entirety. I get about a third then they won't finish so I only see a part of each photo. Very frustrating. I'll go have a look at the vintage action. Probably it's only good for photoshop though which I don't have, but I'll look anyway. From what I CAN see they're great photos..the boys at the creek look like they would've been great, so crisp looking. I was wondering, do you think a person's style of photography has just as much to do with their camera and the way a particular make and model will take a photo? as in, would 2 people taking a photo of the same scene using the same camera take it pretty much the same way? and it would only look really different if it were a different camera for each user?

Roy said...

Glad you like the action. And to answer lisa's question the action is only for photoshop . . . I made it about 6 months ago and have only started to see any interest in the last month, so perhaps I will post some more . . . keep an eye out vindaugagallery.com